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Increase young voter turnout

Young voters will determine the 2020 election if they turn out to vote. 


That’s why we’re focusing a huge effort in 2019 on proving that pro-vote messaging on college campuses can increase student turnout, even in otherwise bleak elections.


You can help drive that research and our 2019 GOTV program by chipping in today.


In addition to increasing turnout in the three 2019 gubernatorial races, our campus engagement program presents a huge opportunity:


  • We are deepening our knowledge about the potential of campus advertising, influencing our GOTV strategy. 
  • We’re also turning out young people in an "off-year," helping them establish a habit of voting and increasing the likelihood that they'll turn out in 2020 when all of these three states have key Senate races.


We’ll take the lessons from these experiments back to campus in 2020 to continue to engage young voters. 


Please consider a tax-deductible donation to support our work on campuses. Together, we can hit the highest voter turnout ever seen among underrepresented groups in our American electorate.


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